Decreasing petrol prices

On a bit of good news during all the doom and gloom we here in the news petrol prices have been steadily decreasing and are now below a euro a litre in many petrol stations in the province of Malaga.

Most of these stations are located outside of the city of Malaga and can be found in Vélez-Málaga, Antequera, Mijas and Fuengirola. At under a euro a litre it’s the cheapest price its been in years!

At the beginning of this week 95 unleaded petrol was at 0.969 euros, the lowest price in three years. In June 2005 the average was 0.949 euros, while in July of that year the price had already gone up to 0.993 euros.

Diesel, the most used fuel among drivers in the province of Malaga (including myself), is being sold at 0.989 euros at certain stations.

Andrew Belles

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One Response to “Decreasing petrol prices”

  1. Phil says:

    About time what with everything thats going on in the world. What amazes me is that with all the financial problems we are having globaly BP announce that they have had record breaking profits for their last quater. Someones doing well out of the chaos!!!! anyway with the prices coming down its a great step foward in the recovery of the economy which along the line will benefit not just the fat cats!!!!

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